Dive Against Debris

Date: 
Apr. 22/12
Location: 
Marsa Egla & Wadi Lahami Mangroves
Egypt
25° 7' 13.5084" N, 34° 51' 54.4032" E

Just to let you know what Red Sea Diving Safari are doing for Earth Day this year!! We will have video and photos of our events.

CLEAN-UPS:
Shagra will do underwater and on-land beach clean-up in Marsa Egla
Lahami will do beach clean-up in the Northern Mangroves

SHARK PETITION:
We will also collect signatures for PADI Project Aware “Shout out for Sharks” campaign.

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Date: 
May. 26/12
Location: 
Sandycove Harbour
Sandycove avenue
Dublin
Ireland
53° 17' 17.7648" N, 6° 6' 52.0668" W

Sandycove clean up, Dublin, Ireland.

Come along for a fun dive and help give one of Dublin's best dive sites a clean up.

We will be collecting and recording the marine debris that we find to help clean our oceans of marine debris and raise awareness of the problem of marine pollution.

Please read through this guide before the event: http://www.projectaware.org/resource/dive-against-debris-self-study-guide

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Date: 
Apr. 07/12
Location: 
Restaurante El Rincón de Peña Parda
Paseo Andrés Segovia, 65,
La Herradura, GD 18697
Spain
36° 44' 19.0536" N, 3° 45' 11.2572" W

An exploratory dive to investigate what debris is lingers in one of  La Herradura's many dive sites, and an expedition to clear it up whilst we're are in the area.

An oppertunity to give something back to the waters that have given us so much.

Bring yourself, your equipment, a bottle and a bag you can use to deposit the debris in.

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Date: 
Mar. 07/12
Location: 
Sanur Beach Sanur
Indonesia
8° 42' 13.4028" S, 115° 15' 51.966" E

 

 

 

 

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Feb. 28/12

Discarded lobster pots, fishing nets and a car gearbox were among the items a team of 10 volunteer divers cleared out of the sea near the Palm Jumeirah's coastline yesterday.

Helen Sell, the marketing manager for Atlantis Dive School, said the Dive Against Debris event had resulted in "a big haul" of items that were harmful to the marine ecosystem.

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Date: 
Mar. 17/12
Location: 
Diving Locker Vancouver
2745 West 4th Avenue
Vancouver, BC V6K 1P9
Canada
49° 16' 6.5172" N, 123° 10' 2.244" W

Green Is Clean

9:00 A.M.

 

Help us celebrate St. Patrick’s Day in the true spirit of being green by joining us for an Underwater Cleanup Contest and BBQ. We`ll show you that Spring cleaning can be fun as we dive to clean up our beautiful underwater world. Prizes will be given to the diver team who collect the most trash and to the diver team who finds the most unique piece of trash (or treasure!). Families and snorkelers also welcome! Two tanks, BBQ and refreshments provided as well as all clean up materials.

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Date: 
Sep. 23/12
Location: 
Tuttenbrocksee - Beckum
Neubeckumer Straße
Beckum 59269
Germany
51° 46' 23.5344" N, 8° 1' 43.5864" E

We will organize a "dive against debris" in combination with a treasure hunt...
Activities will take place both under water and on land. BBQ will be held after the "Cleaning!"
All Volunteers are welcome - Diver, Non-Diver, Children, ...

For more information, don´t hesitate to contact us!!
info@aquatica-wassersport.de

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Date: 
Apr. 07/12
Location: 
Underseas, Inc.
MM 30.5 Overseas Hwy
Big Pine Key, FL 33043
United States
24° 40' 9.57" N, 81° 21' 9.558" W

I am organizing this event through a club I co-sponsor, the Brevard Community College's Palm Bay Campus Environmental Club and their Service Learning Project: Save Our Seas (S.O.S.). Although we will have a group of students with us, we certainly want as many people to book with the shop on their own as possible.

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Date: 
Feb. 08/12
Location: 
28° 1' 16.4172" N, 16° 36' 45.108" W

Come and join our Dive Against Debris on February 8th, 2012.

A day of debris and rubbish collecting to help our ocean in our continued fight to promote ocean awareness.

This will be our first annual clean up as a PADI 5 Star centre in Tenerife.

Also attending will be representative of Sea Changers, a UK based conservation charity.

For more information on UK conservation check out www.sea-changers.org.uk

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Dec. 14/11

For the past few months, we’ve observed how the new Dive Against Debris program is fairing with you, our fearless AWARE divers. We’ve been asking questions about the underwater data you reported and surveying divers to ultimately improve the program.

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